Articulated Bus Shows to Advantage in Traffic and on Narrow Roads (Aug, 1931)
Articulated Bus Shows to Advantage in Traffic and on Narrow Roads
THE size of the motor-bus seems to be limited only by traffic conditions and the roads over which it is to operate. Finding it impossible to widen the German roads or to thin out traffic, a manufacturer of that country has introduced the articulated bus, which permits the largest of the species to wind its serpentine way through traffic or narrow roads.
In this vehicle the driver’s seat is placed immediately over the front wheels, the bus being jointed behind this point.